About National Teams

The country’s best athletes earn the honor to represent Team USA at international competitions as a member of the US Squash National Team. US Squash selects, organizes and funds these teams, oversees team development and training, and provides direct financial support to the best American athletes.

US Squash serves as the only national governing body and membership organization for the sport in the United States, driving squash forward at every level, from grassroots to high performance programs. National Team players embody a core element of US Squash’s mission: “achieving competitive excellence at the highest levels.”

Fiechter Targets Carol Weymuller Title as Top Seed

Team USA's Olivia Fiechter is through to the semifinals of the Carol Weymuller Open as the American targets what could be her largest career title to date at the Heights Casino in Brooklyn. Fiechter, world No. 10, leads the draw as the top seed and is one of only two seeds remaining in the semifinals after a surprising slate of results. Only three seeds advanced to the quarterfinals with a number of upsets including Japan's Satomi...

Team USA’s Ho and Capella Capture Historic British Junior Open Titles

Madison Ho and Carlton Capella became the first American co-champions at the prestigious British Junior Open in the GU17 and BU13 divisions, respectively, capping off what was a record-setting tournament for Team USA, January 4-8, in Birmingham England. Team USA ends its ninth trip to the BJO with a number of new records set including its first title double and first boys champion, and new highs of five semifinalists and fifteen quarterfinalists--including a quarterfinalist in...

Team USA Produces a Record Fifteen British Junior Open Quarterfinalists

Team USA has made history by producing fifteen British Junior Open quarterfinalists--topping a previous best of nine in 2019--after two days of play in Birmingham, England. The U.S. contingent of fifty players will have quarterfinal representation in all ten divisions--another first for Team USA--and produced a number of major upsets in the first four rounds of match play. Live streaming will be available from courts 1 and 2 at Edgebaston Priory, and the glass court at...

Phil Leis Turns Ninety

From Squash MagazineBy Noel Rubinton Last October, as he approached his ninetieth birthday, Phil Leis knew exactly where he wanted to be that milestone day—on...

Book Review: BIG DATA

From Squash MagazineOne of the benefits of the U.S. Open arriving at Drexel University in 2011 has been a myriad of interactions between the...